Acted in a "A Table at Ciro's", one of three "Tales From the Hollywood Hills" which aired on PBS' "Great Performances"
Played titular living legend in NBC miniseries, "Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story"
Posed nude in <i>Playboy</i>
Reteamed with Piven as a temptress to his "Cupid" in a guest role on the short-lived ABC series
Returned to series TV as star of the Showtime comedy "Rude Awakening", playing a washed-up primetime soap opera star who has joined a 12-step program to deal with her alcoholism
Starred as a woman straddling simultaneous existences in ABC movie "Nightmare Street"
Starred in TV series, "Twin Peaks" (ABC), co-created and con-executive produced by David Lynch; earned Emmy nomination as Supporting Actress in a Drama Series as the sexpot Audrey Horne; also acted in Lynch's feature "Wild at Heart" as the woman who's just been mortally wounded in a car crash, living the last three minutes of her life
Worked as Playboy bunny at Century City (L.A.) Playboy Club
Acted opposite Mark Harmon's "Dillinger"
First major film, "Two Moon Junction"
Gave a whimsical, likable performance as an actress-film buff opposite Jeremy Piven's film buff-Hollywood tour guide-writer in the slight "Just Write"
Grew up in Grosse Point, Michigan
Part of the winning cast of the quirky, biting romantic comedy "Lovelife"
Played a small-town stripper in "Ruby"; also credited as song performer on "Blues in the Night" and "It Had to be You"
Feature acting debut, "The Wild Life"
Moved to Beverly Hills with mother at age 17 (date approximate)
Offered interesting, melancholy turn as Craig Sheffer's sister Kitt Bradley (of the extravagently rich Bradleys) in CBS miniseries, "A Season in Purgatory"
Portrayed lesbian who goes straight in "Three of Hearts"
TV acting debut, "Silence of the Heart" (CBS)
After Kim Basinger dropped out of project, assumed title role in the controversial "Boxing Helena", about a woman who becomes the object of obsession of a surgeon; directed by Jennifer Lynch, daughter of "Twin Peaks" director David Lynch
Appeared in action picture, "The Wraith", notable for its preponderance of Hollywood siblings and children like Charlie Sheen, Nick Cassavetes, Randy Quaid, Griffin O'Neal and Clint Howard
Cast as the flirtatious wife of Casey Siemaszko's Curley who pushes John Malkovich's Lennie over the edge in Gary Sinise's remake of "Of Mice and Men"
Offered an excellent performance as the intended victim of Forest Whitaker in Roy London's "Diary of a Hitman"
Starred in "The United States of Leland"